About the National Police Bloodhound Association

The National Police Bloodhound Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of the man trailing bloodhound.

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Since 1966, the National Police Bloodhound Association has been your trusted source for information relative to the use of the purebred bloodhound in the field of law enforcement. We’re now online to give you instant access to a wide range of information about the association and the latest news affecting police handlers and hounds.

Have questions or comments about our Web site? Do you have a suggestion or idea you’d like to share for improving the association? Visit our Contact Us page to let us know!

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Upcoming Events and Seminars

Information about the seminars will be posted when plans are finalized.

Fall 2014 Seminar and Business Meeting

Winter 2014 Training Seminar

Winter 2015 Training Seminar

Spring 2015 Training Seminar

Training materials, manuals, and handouts are copyrighted by the National Police Bloodhound Association and require written permission from the National Police Bloodhound Association for use.

Member Messages

Cannot attend the fall business meeting?

Vote by proxy. Click here to download the proxy form. Complete the proxy and mail it to the NPBA secretary by Friday, September 12, 2014, to be valid. This proxy is only valid at the 2014 fall business meeting.

New Registration Forms

You can now register for a NPBA seminar by e-mail.


The NPBA now has an up and running Facebook page. Visit us.

Press Room

Check out NPBA and its members in the news by clicking on the new press room tab or click here. If you notice NPBA or any members making the news, e-mail the news link to pressroom@npba.com so other members can read the article.